At the New Zealand Historical Association Conference in Auckland in November 2005, the idea was mooted for a journal to be formed in order to link up people interested in topics relating to New Zealand and its environment. This includes people with interests in environmental history, landscape studies, literature and the environment, garden history, history of science, treaty history, and heritage issues.
ENNZ: Environment and Nature in New Zealand
Volume 8, No. 1 November 2013
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- Paul Star, ‘Editor’s introduction’.
- Jo Whittle, ‘Into the backyard: Huntly Power Station and the history of environmentalism in New Zealand’.
- Ian Tyrrell, ‘Review Essay: Bernhard Gissibl, Sabine Höhler and Patrick Kupper (editors), Civilizing Nature: National Parks in Global Historical Perspective’.
- Bill Howie, ‘Landmarks: Cumberland’s magnum opus?’.
- Andrew Gregg, ‘Leonard Cockayne: A most enthusiastic gardener’.
- Simon Nathan, ‘Collections of letters written by or about James Hector’.
- Julian Kuzma, ‘Review: Peter Hayden and Rod Morris, An Extraordinary Land: Discoveries and Mysteries from Wild New Zealand’.
- Ian Tyrrell, ‘Review: James Beattie, Empire and Environmental Anxiety: Health, Science, Art and Conservation in South Asia and Australasia, 1800-1920’.
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